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Sunday, July 27, 2008

Rough Sky Rider

I did another horned SkyDucks Rider but still haven't found the time to colour/finish it...

By the by and because Richard was asking recently: for those duckish skyriders I didn't any research but I guess I was quite inspired by the Red Bull Flugtag events.


  1. I think it looks really cool in just white. Nice design. Well proportioned and weighted.

  2. i agree, totally white is really good. very dynamic view on this!
    love the energy and fun those ducks give.

  3. Je je This duck is a worthy rival of Sebulba, in "The Phantom Menace" ,the race of pods. Good drawing Florian!

  4. Hello "Master of ducks"
    compliments for the beautiful work, here in Italia we look forward to meet you and have you as a guest.

  5. your flying machine is incredible and so funny ! great job again Florian !

  6. Jake! Thanks :) Big thanks!

    Flaviano! How are you? Thanks for dropping a line. Hope we can meet again, later this year...

    Perico! ;)

    Luca! Thanks a bunch, I'm looking forward to coming to Florence, next year.

    Achdé, big thanks for your nice comment. I'm glad you like it :)